Welcome to BoozmanHof
We have provided world-class eye care to the people of Northwest Arkansas for over 30 years.
If you are looking for an eye doctor in Northwest Arkansas, our ophthalmologists and optometrists are among the most experienced and well-trained doctors anywhere. If you are in need of eye surgery in Rogers, Arkansas and the surrounding communities, you have found an award-winning outpatient surgery center devoted solely to ophthalmic care for over 15 years. Our doctors treat cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes and more. If you are considering LASIK or LASEK surgery, our doctors have performed cutting-edge refractive surgery for over 25 years.
Our optometrists conduct comprehensive eye health examinations, determine if glasses or contacts are needed, and offer pre-operative and post-operative care. They also diagnose and manage eye conditions such as pink eye (conjunctivitis), dry eyes, and other eye infections. In addition to fitting eyeglasses and contact lenses, our licensed opticians will educate and assist you in selecting the latest technology in lens designs that best suit your lifestyle.
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Shiloh Health & Rehabilitation Center, is a skilled nursing facility offering person-centered care in a quiet and serene setting. We're devoted to delivering the highest quality care while preserving the dignity, grace, and well-being of each of our residents. Some of the amenities offered are; Private and semi-private rooms, State of the art rehab center, Separate rehab entrance, Daily Activities, Housekeeping and Laundry Services, Superior Dining, Home-Like setting.
Shiloh Health & Rehabilitation Center, 1092 West Stultz Road, Springdale , AR 72764
Harvard and Floy Harp founded Harps in 1930. They started the first store with $500 in cash that Harvard had saved while working in the citrus industry in California. The first store was Harps Cash Grocery and was located in Springdale, AR. Over the next 34 years they remodeled, expanded, and moved to bigger buildings as their business continued to grow.